I’m at the Business Innovation Forum in São Paulo, Brazil. Brazil is a country in which the information and communication technology (ICT) industry is bringing about rapid changes, and everything from busses to schools have been connected to mobile broadband networks to improve citizens’ quality of life. And with the country set to host the [...]
To find out how ICT is impacting different segments of the entertainment industry, Ericsson spoke to prominent figures from major companies such as Warner Bros, Sony Music and Fairfax Media.
As the Ericsson team have now returned to their various homes (none of us are based in Vegas, believe it or not) we can reflect on the reviews we received after CES. Our demonstration of capacitive coupling, where data can be sent through our bodies from one device to another, created a lot of headlines.
The Consumer Electronics Association invited Ericsson to the 2012 International CES. Want to know why? See it straight from Jason Oxman himself, who welcomed our Hans Vestberg onstage. It’s worth taking a look at just the intro.
During CES 2012 I met up with Jeffrey.S. Jacobson from nano semiconductor company, Kopin. Jeffrey let me try out Golden-i, the Remote Video Expertise demonstrated by Verizon Wireless and Kopin at this year’s event. The latest technology will enable us to connect to the Networked Society more efficiently using voice.
The Networked Society premiered in the context of gadgets at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. I look back at Hans Vestberg’s keynote and flash on highlights, plus have a question for you.
At this year’s CES it’s proving to be more about the intangible, such as applications and connectivity, than the tangible. In this video I talk about the importance of being able to access content from anywhere at any time and on any gadget.
My Dad sent me an e-mail the other day that said: ”Hey, I’m still waiting for your response so we can hook up on Skype.”
Now, immediately I see a couple red flags with that statement. One: The phrase ”hook up” is still innocuous for my Dad’s generation. (He hasn’t read the Tom Wolfe book, is my [...]
The NEST Forum has wrapped up in Hong Kong. The looming question is now: What has the gathering accomplished? Did the global debate move anywhere toward bringing learning to everyone, everywhere?